So I just read we will not be replacing the field turf this year after all. The cost to do so, $350,000, doesn’t seem to be that much money in the big picture. Playing on old, worn out, turf is a health risk to the players. And in this age of Covid, where the “health of our student athletes” is constantly being touted as priority number one, why is replacing the turf suddenly on the back burner? Am I wrong to question this? Is it not that big of a deal? Is the turf still in decent shape? If it is then why was it slated to be replaced in the first place? Or is $350,000 a bigger deal than I am suggesting? Is this just a cost saving move in a time of financial austerity? Or is it a sign that Moos doesn’t really think there is going to be a season anyway? I think this is an unlikely reason, but who knows?